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The Temple of el Conde is believed to have reached the zenith of its splendor in the 14th Century under the reign of the Tlatoani Tezozóoc
The Xochimilca people occupied El Tepozteco before being conquered by the Aztec Triple Alliance in 1438 CE.
It is more likely than not that these new sections will be open to the public by the end of the year, though no official date has been announced.
Nestled in the central Mexican highlands and surrounded by Mexico's most iconic volcanic chain lay the ancient city of Cholula.
There is no getting away from it, Acanceh is a bit of an odd place — but in a good way.
Today, we explore some of the highlights along the first three of the six train routes of the Tren Maya.
The centuries have not been kind to Acaquilpan, yet its wonders shine through.
Archaeological and iconographical sources make it clear that just like today, even in the distant Mesoamerican past, dogs were mankind's best friend.
According to a recent NASA report, even conservative estimates project the globe should expect a sea level rise with averages of 25 to 30 centimeters, or nine to 11 inches, by 2050.
In the 12 century Mayapán became the seat of a confederation of city-states known as Luub Mayapán or the League of Mayapán.
The renowned historian and tour guide José Humberto Gómez Rodriguez passed away from undisclosed causes. He was 87.
For now, Chichén Viejo is still tranquil and free of hoards of tourists and vendors.
A team of archaeologists has announced the discovery of the tomb of a member of Palenque’s elite on the grounds of a hotel.
Walking through Chichén Viejo's arch, the splendor and scope of the site begins to come into focus
The tiny community of Yalsihón feels as far away from the hustle and bustle of modern life as possible in Yucatán.
The Chaac Mool is one of the most enduring and well-known icons of México’s ancient past.
The newly restored section of Chichén Itzá runs along roughly a half mile through a recently created path. And apparently, it’s still off-limits.
Meaning “the place of ancient temples” in the Nahuatl language, Teopanzolco was a major urban area during the late Classic and early Postclassic periods.
Chichén Itzá has been declared one of the 10 most famous and Instagrammable heritage sites worldwide.
Nohoch Caucel covers an area larger than Valladolid, Yucatán’s second-largest city.
Evidence of several large structures several kilometers away from the core of Oxkintok can be seen off the side of the road on the highway to Campeche.
Keep in mind is that the Palenque exhibit is entirely in Spanish, so the use of a smartphone translation tool, or hiring a guide may be a good idea.